Many companies are using Microsoft 365 (former Office 365). Besides providing access to Office applications, Microsoft provides an Azure-based Active Directory, allowing users to log in to access services such as Microsoft Sharepoint or OneDrive using a Web Browser.
All Microsoft services use the same Single Sign-On, based on the email address. From 4D v19 R6, 4D NetKit allows you to join this concept, allowing users to log in to your application using their usual company credentials.
Besides allowing Single Sign-On, it will enable to retrieve information for the authenticated user such as email, department, and phone number. If permitted by the administrator, you can even retrieve such details on colleagues from the same company.
Let’s see how it works.
We know the importance of sending emails, and the fact that it’s a common task in today’s applications. Many people working with Office 365 have asked us for an API to send emails via the Microsoft Graph API. The OAuth 2.0 feature was a prerequisite for connecting to the Microsoft server and for introducing commands to retrieve user information. We are glad to proceed with email management, starting with the send email command.
When you use collections with a member method that needs a callback method, many of you have asked us for a more straightforward way.
You asked; we delivered!
Starting with 4D v19 R6, 4D allows you to use a formula to define a callback in the collection member functions, the EXECUTE METHOD IN SUBFORM, CALL FORM, and CALL WORKER commands. If you can reduce your code to a simple expression, you can pass it directly into the formula without using a method.
You know it already; 4D View Pro allows you to easily load and display data in spreadsheets.
4D v19 R6 brings exciting news. This blog post will show you the new table feature that enables you to do much more and benefit from additional properties like headers, table resize, summary row, column sorting, filters, and more. You’ll also discover how to quickly load data from data classes and collections. And don’t miss out on the demo, which provides a complete example and some visual charts as a bonus.
4D View Pro is a powerful tool in many fields. Its razor-sharp capabilities enable users to easily store, organize, and manipulate data. 4D v19 R5 brings a new ability to the product.
To make it easier for your customers to set up printing, the Ribbon has now a new addition; it supports print settings with a Page layout tab and a Page setup dialog. This dialog includes tabs for the Page, Margins, Header/Footer, and Sheet, allowing users to manage many options in the VP SET PRINT INFO command.
Here is everything you need to know.
4D View Pro offers you a new way to load your data and create your templates: the data context. It allows you to create your document with placeholders and fill them by setting this data context.
With just a few lines of code, you can display objects or collections without authorizing them first with VP SET CUSTOM FUNCTION! Let’s delve into the details.
Components can now publish classes! And even better, if your application is still in binary mode, you can now benefit from classes and object-oriented development by using a component (in project mode) to create your own classes and use them from your (binary mode based) application.
4D v19 R5 comes with a new version of SpreadJS, v15, and a Ribbon update that is compatible with it. Let’s discover the new features offered by this new version that will help accelerate your 4D View Pro development.
When you create a document with 4D View Pro, you often need to fine-tune your user experience by hiding the sheet tabs and the scrollbars, or by deactivating the context menu or the drag and drop option… All these features and more are now possible thanks to the VP SET WORKBOOK OPTIONS command from the v19 R4.
4D v19 R4 comes with a new version of SpreadJS, the v14.2, and a Ribbon update that is compatible with it. Let’s discover the new features offered by this new version.